Pumpa Irrigation System

Model Description

In this case, the surface water level is modeled by a first order differential equation. There are six sections with equal area that are allocated water based on institutions that determine how long each sector receives water, and in what order. Water is allocated to a given sector by opening and closing gates along the irrigation canals. Based on these allocations, each sector maintains a crop yield depending on the amount of time that maintains their water level within the bounds of a desired water height. When a sector receives less water than is desirable, yields decrease depending on the cumulative water stress (area on the curve between actual and desired water height). Water needs for each sector depends on the stage.

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